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What it is

Concurrent Enrollment is a great opportunity for a high school student to earn college/university credits which will also fill high school requirements for graduation. For example, if a students takes ENGL 1010 through Concurrent Enrollment, it will also meet the student’s Senior English requirement. It is a state funded program which funds the majority of the cost but each student contributes just $5 partial tuition per credit hour. To get started, a student should visit with their high school counselor and make sure that enrollment in university courses is part of your CCR. The College of Science, Engineering, and Technology has developed pipelines to help students reach their educational goals. Explore the pipelines below: Explore the Tech Pipeline Explore the Biotech Pipeline Explore the Engineering Pipeline For more information on Concurrent Enrollment: